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Another New del Toro Project: Julia's Eyes

Some people just don't know how to say no, and Guillermo del Toro seems to be one of them. The man has added yet another project to his overflowing plate, the dark Spanish-language thriller Los ojos de Julia ("Julia's Eyes"), which is set to begin lensing October 5th.

Latest Whiteout Poster Shows Off Beckinsale's Baby Blues

The release of Whiteout has been postponed more times than we can keep track of, but now that it's back on track for September 11th, Warner Bros. is pulling out all the stops to promote it, including a brand new poster featuring a close-up of Kate Beckinsale that's sure to leave a large portion of the male population breathless.

The Saw Blood Drive Returns!

With Saw VI (which is gathering some surprisingly positive buzz) just around the corner. it was only a matter of time before the annual Blood Drive returned with a nurse who brings new meaning to the term "Give till it hurts!"

Dinner for Fiends: The Orphan Collector

Time for the podcasts to start heating up again now that there's finally some genre fare cooking to talk about! Are you ready for a heaping helping of spite, dick jokes, and hilarity? We know you are!

Shaun and His Dead Come to Halloween Horror Nights

Goodbye Jason, Freddy, and Leatherface! Hello Jigsaw, Shaun, and Zombie Ed! Yep! It's out with the old and in with the new for this year's Universal Halloween Horror Nights.

Learn More About Joe Dante's Hole

Why? Why can't we resist making ass jokes when it comes to this movie? At times it's as if we have the mentality of a thirteen-year-old! Sigh. In any event, MovieSet just published some nifty behind-the-scenes stuff concerning Dante's latest.

Finally! A Look at Salma Hayek as the Bearded Lady!

We've been waiting for this picture for months since the news first broke that the gorgeous Salma Hayek was going to be covering her face with a beard for a role in The Vampire's Assistant (formerly known as Cirque du Freak). And today our patience was rewarded.

The Thing Prequel Finds a Warm Place to Hide

Prequels continue to be all the rage these days, and I honestly can't seem to figure out why. Is it really necessary to spell out and overstate things that might've worked best left unexplained?

The Shrine Has a Teaser and a Blog

The Shrine, which is written and directed by Jon (Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer) Knautz and stars Jack Brooks himself, Trevor Matthews, along with Meghan Heffern, Aaron Ashmore, and Cindy Sampson, has an official movie blog that will be posting its first entry this coming Monday, August 10th.

San Diego Comic-Con 09 Photo Gallery Now Live

It's taken a while to get up our official San Diego Comic-Con 09 photo gallery up, and we have a good reason why it's taken so long ... it's friggin' massive!

See All Six Sorority Row Confessionals

Who doesn't like listening to super hot college chicks talking about their darkest of secrets? That premise alone in the Nineties fathered at least seven million different 900 numbers and at the same time made quite a profit for Kleenex. Add a little murder into the mix, and there you have the video confessionals from the Theta Pi chicks themselves.

A Perfect Getaway Reviewed!

The big film on every horror fan's lips this weekend is no doubt David Twohy's A Perfect Getaway, but is it just that? Or maybe, just maybe, it's a little far from perfect. We run it through the ringer to let you know how things have turned out on the other side.

Official Machete Press Release

And the picture is finally getting clearer. The official press release concerning Robert Rodriguez's latest film Machete just hit the wire, and rather than extrapolate a few facts, we're giving you the whole enchilada!

See the Post Mortem, America 2021 Trailer

If the idea of hungry zombies, grueling torture, and more cruelty than you can possibly handle sounds appealing, then you are in for a treat. Writer/director Cameron Scott recently posted the trailer for his upcoming indie film Post Mortem, America 2021, and we've got a look at it for you after the break.

Noboru Iguchi Talks Machine Girl

To say that director Noboru Iguchi is a colorful person is a bit of an understatement. He's been known to show up to film festivals wearing diapers and generally entertaining the crowd with his huge smile and friendly demeanor. We caught up with him recently to talk about his latest film, The Machine Girl, which if you haven't seen you need to immediately, if not sooner!